CANATICS CEO Ben Kosic is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Storah as Chair of the Board. Jason is the CEO of Aviva Canada and was recently featured in the 2019 Insurance Business top 100 global leaders.
CANATICS CEO Ben Kosic is pleased to announce the appointment of Denis Dubois as Chair of the Board. Denis is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Desjardins General Insurance Group and a member of the Desjardins Group Management Committee.
TORONTO, April 20, 2017 /CNW/ - CANATICS is pleased to announce Kathy Bardswick as the new Chair of the Board of Directors.
Among her many achievements and leadership roles, Kathy served as President and CEO of The Co-operators Group from 2002 to 2016. She has also served as Chair of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation and the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction.
Staged collisions. Bogus billing by medical facilities. Identity theft of medical practitioners. These are just some of the fraudulent activities conducted by organized insurance crime rings in Canada — sophisticated operations that involve everyone from drivers to tow-truck...
Toronto, July 19, 2016 – CANATICS has enhanced the insurance industry’s ability to identify and combat organized auto insurance fraud, according to the Honourable Charles Sousa, Ontario’s Minister of Finance.
Minister Sousa was speaking about the importance of data analytics in the fight against fraud at the recent Insurance Analytics Canada Summit in Toronto, hosted by FC Business Intelligence.
Canadian National Insurance Crime Services (CANATICS) recently became one of the first organizations to receive Privacy By Design (PbD) certification from the Privacy and Big Data Institute at Ryerson University.1 CANATICS is a not-for-profit corporation established by Canadian insurance companies to assist in combatting organized and premeditated insurance fraud in a manner that protects and respects individual privacy.
You might have as many scams as you do car models. The ol’ flash-for-cash is one—where they blink you and try to coax you to make a turn, and then the creep accelerates and plows into you. Rinse and repeat. The fraudster goes from place to place, hits different insurers, changes their name slightly, and it’s been difficult for any single company to spot the pattern.
"The fraudsters move fast. The insurance industry has to move faster," said Ben Kosic CEO, CANATICS. CANATICS, the latest tool in the fight against auto insurance fraud, is pleased to announce it is collaborating with Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) to improve the industry's ability to identify and investigate criminal fraud rings. Announcements from the newest tool in the fight against organized auto insurance fraud: Proud to receive Privacy by Design (PbD) Certification from Ryerson University CANATICS recently received recognition in the form of Privacy by Design Certification from Ryerson’s Privacy and Big Data Institute following a 3rd party assessment.
Announcements from the newest tool in the fight against organized auto insurance fraud:
Proud to receive Privacy by Design (PbD) Certification from Ryerson University
CANATICS recently received recognition in the form of Privacy by Design Certification from Ryerson’s Privacy and Big Data Institute following a 3rd party assessment. This recognition means CANATICS meets the rigorous tests of a globally recognized privacy standard.